Oscar 2015 (Best and Worst Dressed Men)

The OSCAR MEN FASHION

The 87th Academy Awards ceremony, presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, honored the best films of 2014 and took place on February 22, 2015, at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, Los Angeles.

So I decided to do an overview of men best and worst looks at the Oscar Awards

Best Dressed (MEN)

Eddie Redmayne, stepped out in Alexander McQueen in a Navy blue looks sharp, perfect shoes to goo with the tux, he topped it with winning the Actor Leading Role for The Theory of  Everything one of my favorite movie for the year.

Chris Pine in Giorgio Armani, perfect Zegna tux love the look just a little adjust on the pant length and it would have been an A – game outfit for me, anyways he nailed it.

Channing Tatum in  Dolce & Gabanna, a total A-game for me pocket-square, pant-length, and the shining shoes. Great tux in total.

Neil Patrick Harris, the host for the night stunned with a light grey tuxedo,with a cute little bow-tie.

David Oyelowo,  stunned the red carpet in Dolce & Gabbana 3-piece suit. Love it

John Legend, in Gucci tux, simple,clean with a perfect pair of shinning shoes.

Worst Dressed (MEN)

Jared Leto, in Gievnchy powder blue suit and a white shoe. The overall look with the hair and beard and the suit just did not suit his style. A good suit for a summer look though

John Travolta, the country & western singer-cum-gangster. The all black outfit and a neck chain did not go for me

JK Simmons, thought  a hat adds up that distinctive spice to a oufit, but this got all wrong with Jk the hat looked bad for me and pant length too long also.But guess what he won an OSCAR so who cares.

 A big fan of will.i.am outfit for a regular outfit with friends, but sorry this does not work out for me as an OSCAR outfit , too shallow, too thick for a pant roll-up.

John Stamos, stepped out looking like he borrowed his grandfather’s tux, too big, pants too loose and long. Bad outfit in total.

Pictures: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

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